Walmart Is Selling Mickey Mouse Instant Pots so You Can Bring Disney Magic to Your Kitchen
Disney is known as the happiest place on earth, a site filled with magic and mystery and fantastic memories all around. But this year, many Disney fanatics have been unable to visit the theme parks, which can leave young and old alike feeling down. However, we just found the cutest way to turn that frown right-side up: the new Mickey Mouse Instant Pots.
Instant Pots are adored by home cooks for their wide utility. The electric pressure cooker can turn thick meat cuts into tender stew in minutes. It can whip up grains in a fraction of the stovetop cooking time, and it can even make quick work of desserts like cheesecake and rice pudding. So if you've been thinking of adding one to your kitchen, now might be the time with this great new design.
The Mickey Mouse Instant Pot is a Duo, which is the appliance brand's 7-in-1 cooker. It's designed to sauté, steam, pressure cook, slow cook, cook rice, warm food, and make yogurt, all from one device that won't take up a lot of real estate on your countertop or in your cupboard.
The 6-quart size cooks up to 16 cups of rice and quarts upon quarts of stews and soups, making it the perfect winter weather cookware pick (besides a Dutch oven, of course). Instant Pot promises the multi-cooker cooks 70 percent faster than conventional cooking styles, so not only will you save yourself loads of time for dinner, you'll also be able to try dishes you'd normally skip because of the time commitment, like short ribs and carnitas.
You can pick from three colors: red and white, which both have two large Mickey Mouse cartoons on either side of the control panel; and a black one that is dotted with miniature Mickey Mouse cartoons. If you're looking for an alternative to the classic stainless steel and black, this certainly isn't your typical look for the beloved appliance. They'd also make a great partner to the Mickey Mouse Pyrex dishes that launched this year.
These cookers have been out for a few weeks — the black sold out almost as soon as it rolled out — and they're available exclusively on Walmart.com. So whether you're shopping for your own kitchen or for the Disney fan in your life (don't miss these other great Disney kitchen appliances), you may want to click add to cart soon. There's no promise these are a permanent Instant Pot offering, or that Walmart can keep them in stock.
Buy it; $65 (originally $80); walmart.com